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New & Exclusive: Any day arrivals are NOW available ALL YEAR so you can now arrive and leave whatever day you like!*

Outdoor Cinema

A holiday park experience like no other

Movies in the Moonlight

Join us at our fabulous outdoor cinema where you can settle back, grab a chair or a blanket and sit yourself down for the big screen experience.

All of our self-catering parks now have outdoor cinema available and our selection of films for 2019 can be seen below. Each screen is set in an unique location on the park creating an enjoyable atmosphere and experience for all to enjoy.

Our cinema screens will be showing every Sunday (Saturdays at Barmouth Bay) between 7th April and 3rd November and also showing Wednesdays and Thursdays during peak dates depending on the park.

If you have any queries or questions in regards to any of our films please call us on 01442 508850 there’s always a Holiday Hero here to help. 

Monsters Inc film Midsummer Nights Screen

Monsters Inc

Wednesday 21st August

In order to power the city, monsters have to collect screams as a means of energy. However, the children are toxic to monsters and once a child slips through to the city of monsters, Sully and Mike realise things might not be as they originally assumed.

Excludes Barmouth Bay. Sandy Balls and Whitecliff Bay viewing on Thursday 22nd August.

Incredibles 2

Sunday 25th August

The Incredibles family are back for a new mission which involves a change in roles. Mr Incredible must stay at home and look after the kids while Mrs Incredible is out saving the world!

Barmouth Bay viewing on Saturday 24th August.

Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse

Wednesday 28th August

Miles Morales is a New York teenager, struggling with school, friends and being the new Spider-Man. He comes across Peter Parker who helps him become the new protector of the city.

Excludes Mill Rythe and Barmouth Bay. Sandy Balls and Whitecliff Bay viewing on Thursday 29th August.

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Sunday 1st September

Six years after the events of “Wreck-It Ralph,” Ralph and Vanellope discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, leading them into a new adventure.

Excludes Mill Rythe. Barmouth Bay viewing on Saturday 31st August. 

Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa

Sunday 8th September

The Madagascar animals are en-route to New York City but crash-land on an African nature reserve where they meet others species of their own kind. Alex even discovers his royal heritage as prince of a lion pride.

Excludes Barmouth Bay, Mersea Island and Mill Rythe.

Mary Poppins

Sunday 29th September

Mary Poppins, a magical nanny, employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father.

Excludes Barmouth Bay, Mill Rythe and Mersea Island.

Mary Poppins Returns

Sunday 6th October

Decades after her original visit, everyones favourite nanny returns to help the Banks siblings and Michael’s children through a difficult time in their lives.

Excludes Barmouth Bay, Mersea Island and Mill Rythe.

E.T

Sunday 27th October

After a gentle alien becomes stranded on Earth, a young boy named Elliott befriends him and helps him escape to his home world.

Excludes Barmouth Bay. Mill Rythe viewing on Wednesday 23rd October.

Coco

Wednesday 30th October

Despite his family ancestral ban on music, aspiring musician Miguel enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.

Excludes Mill Rythe and Barmouth Bay. Whitecliff Bay and Sandy Balls viewing on Thursday 31st October.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Sunday 3rd November

Jack Skellington, pumpkin king of Halloween Town, is bored with doing the same thing every year for Halloween. He stumbles across Christmas Town and attempts to bring Christmas to Halloween Town but it doesn’t go exactly to plan.

Excludes Mill Rythe and Barmouth Bay. 

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